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The Musical Director and the Tortoise Conservationist

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Stars out of School showcases the talents of teachers who do remarkable things outside of the classroom. In this episode we meet both a musical director and a tortoise conservationist.

Paul Williams is head of music at Maghull High near Liverpool. He is also a pantomime director and is in great demand for shows including The Barry White Show and the annual panto at Southport Little Theatre. He has been the recipient of five awards for his dedication to pantomime.

Paul Coleman is an IT Teacher at Dean Close Preparatory in Gloucestershire. He is also a renowned tortoise conservationist and a leading council member of the British Chelonian Group.

Paul keeps in excess of 250 tortoises in seven tropical sheds in his garden and has travelled extensively as a result of his hobby. Paul also pioneered the Secret World terrapin sanctuary in Somerset.

See the resources and support materials page for links related to this programme.

Part of the series: Stars Out of School

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